Camino Vida Roble – TFW

Camino Vida Roble – TFW

About Project

TFW asked us to take a look at this project and see what we could come up with. In-house, Mountain Movers designed all the courtyard walls, including ramps, walkways, bocce ball courts, barbeque areas, bike parking, personal meeting pods, etc.… We utilized different block systems and brought the whole thing together in a unified, beautiful aesthetic. Our highly experienced field crews made it all a reality.

Exeter

Exeter

About Project

This project in Escondido required screen walls to separate it from the neighboring community and add privacy, sound deadening, and security.

Traditionally projects of this type utilize tilt-up screen wall systems that require a lot of time and room to pour and stand onsite.

We introduced the client to this heavyweight screen wall solution, and the final product came out beautifully. They provide both cost savings over traditional methods and a much quicker installation that is aesthetically superior to the alternatives.

These precast walls are perfect for new commercial projects, Industrial security, and housing developments. The heavyweight precast walls are designed to endure the harshest conditions and the broadest range of climates.

South Santa Fe Heights – Vista

South Santa Fe Heights – Vista

About Project

Here is a project in Vista, CA, where there was limited area on the cut side due to property lines, and plantable walls were required by the city. We designed a solution using Keystone MSE block in a modern stone facing, GSR (geosynthetic reinforcement), and No Fines Concrete fill. The design creativity combined with the field expertise and leadership maximized usable space and enabled the owner to fit more units. The project came in on time and under budget.

Midwick Collection

Midwick Collection

About Project

Here’s a 25,000 square foot Retaining Wall system Mountain Movers Companies designed and built for City Ventures in Alhambra.

An existing building was demolished, crushed, and mixed with native soils to create a usable backfill material. This eliminated the need for expensive export and import.  The city required the wall system to be plantable, and the customer chose a beautiful tan color. An intense schedule required unique planning and teamwork between trades. These types of challenges are where Mountain Movers thrives. Ultimately the project beat the schedule and came in under budget.